Depending on what kind of package you purchase when you get your sewing machine, there may be a lot of tools and items that are very useful, but not necessarily included with your sewing machine.
As your skills develop more, you’ll naturally want to add items to your collection that make your sewing experience not only easier but much more seamless.
Below we’ve listed off some of the best sewing machine accessories out there.
This Yequin ¼ Inch Piecing Foot works with most sewing machines, but it’s important to check to make sure your machine is adequate for it. It’s perfect for quilting and sewing seams at the edge of fabrics which can typically get chewed up without it.
The blade at the end of this device helps to prevent the fabric from being pulled down into the machine and for thinner fabrics, this foot helps to ensure you have a straight stitch of ¼ narrow seams.
This Ruffler Foot can save you a lot of stress when you’re working on a project long-term. This presser provides the right amount of control and feeds the fabric evenly, which helps achieve extremely neat results. It also helps lineup patterns especially for fabric that tends to pile up. Especially if you’re into quilting, a presser is a must.
This handy, compact kit is full of great accessories compatible with most sewing machines including Brother, Singer, New Home, Kenmore, and other domestic machines. This kit includes a low shank adaptor for all-purpose, zigzag foot, buttonhole satin, stitch foot, quilting, straight site, button sewing on foot, zipper foot, hemmer roll hem foot, blind stitch foot, cording foot and more for one great, affordable price.
If you’re looking to get a few sewing accessories at once, this kit may be a great option for you.
It’s important to properly maintain your sewing machine for it to function correctly. Using a machine oil, like this one, will help reduce the friction between the moving parts of your machine and keep it running smoothly.
Sewing machine oils also help prevent any rust or excessive wearing from happening. Since you only need to use a little bit at a time, this 4-ounce bottle is sure to last for years.
To learn more about how to use sewing machine oil on your sewing machine, check out our post all about how to properly maintain your sewing machine.